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03-20-2021, 08:48 PM
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Hi, I've attached a short video explaining an issue with a recently fully working video player, as I know next to nothing about them myself.
The story is that a tape got jammed inside and I had to free all the tape from the various workings of the VCR and then manually turn the mechanism of the elevator thing that gives you back the tape.
Now it neither rejects or accepts a tape, as if it still thinks a tape is inside.
Cheers in advance of any wisdom!
The VCR is a Goodmans

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03-20-2021, 11:55 PM
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You screwed up the timing on that VCR and possibly some gear damage, It's a low budget basic VCR anyway, paying to fix it makes no sense.
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